Add support for custom CSS for styling panels for MultiExcerpt Include
The MultiExcerpt Include macro has a feature to allow the included content to be included in a panel that is styled using the "panel" class from Confluence.
This is a request to allow content creators to set custom CSS styling for a panel on a MultiExcerpt Include. Custom CSS can be added to a Confluence site: Styling Confluence with CSS
Details of the current implemenation:
We style the panel using the "panel" class from Confluence so, yes, we use the panel classes.
We also style the header in the panel, which contains the title of the MultiExcerpt that is being included. It uses the "panelHeader" class from Confluence.
We also style the content in the panel, which contains the content of the MultiExcerpt that is being included. It uses the "panelContent" class from Confluence.
Once you have an ME-Include that uses a panel you can use the Developer Console of your browser to see the styled markup, like:
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is a duplicate of this bug for the styling of ME-Include panel macros. can be used for custom styling of ME and ME-Include without panels.